Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Pizzeria’


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We’ve been to Phoenix a couple of times and don’t particularly care to return, so we were skeptical when we heard people raving about the pizza at the original La Grande Orange, and how great it would be when Pasadena finally got said pizza. Really? The nouveau-riche land of strip malls has authentic, wood-fired, thin-crust […]

Zelo Cornmeal Crust Pizzas

Zelo Cornmeal Crust Pizzas

This tiny, cheerful café is flagged with market umbrellas and small outdoor tables. Inside, refrigerated display cases are stacked with beaucoup beverages and a bowl of tempting (yes, tempting) chilled beets. The cornmeal crust is distinct, like a good hush puppy, made with coarse meal so it crunches with each bite. Corn pizza on cornmeal […]

Domenico’s

Domenico’s

The best pizza in the city of Pasadena is found at this busy, friendly local chain. It’s most famed for its loaded Big D pizza, but we prefer the simpler sausage pie with the thin crust. 2411 E. Washington Blvd., East Pasadena, 626.797.6459, Pizzeria. L & D Tues.-Sun.  Beer & wine. MC, V. $ 236 […]

Village Pizzeria

Village Pizzeria

A hub of Sierra Madre life, Village Pizzeria features outstanding and creative toppings—but unfortunately they’re put on a crust of curious flavorlessness. But the toppings (like the one with fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and a basil chiffonade) are worth a trip here, and the by-the-slice selection goes well beyond pepperoni. Bring your dog and your […]

Casa Bianca Pizza Pie

Casa Bianca Pizza Pie

Widely considered to make the best pizza in the greater Los Angeles area, this funky Eagle Rock landmark is no place for a quick bite—the waits are usually fearsome, and even ordering a to-go pizza can take an hour. The payoff is a thin-crust, New York-style pizza with a flavor that usually makes you forget […]

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